Cinema: Lo, the Pressure Group

Hollywood has to cope every day with pressure groups, but last week moviemen felt pressure from a fading minority which it has used as a villain ever since the movies were galloping tintypes. The Association on American Indian Affairs formed a national committee to get better movie treatment of the red man. Announced the association's president, Novelist Oliver (Laughing Boy) La Farge: "Motion-picture producers themselves are now more responsive to the problem, and are taking significant steps in current feature productions to give Indian material fair and authentic treatment."


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